Plant the seeds rinch apart in rows foot apart. Cover the seeds with 1/2 inch of soil. An ounce of seed is enough for zoo feet of row. For small, round radishes, various strains of Scarlet Globe, Sparkler, and Scarlet Turnip are most popular, while Long Scarlet Short Top, Cincinnati Market, and White Icicle are most widely used of the small, long type. They mature in 3 or 4 weeks under good conditions.
Gardeners will find it worth while to give attention to the so-called winter radishes, which are large in size and take 75 days or more to develop. Winter varieties include Rose China, Long Black Spanish, Round Black Spanish, and Chinese White Winter. They should be planted 3 inches apart in rows 20 inches apart, with the seeds covered to a depth of 1/2 inch. One ounce of seed serves a row of 100 feet.
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